Beautiful rooms and apartmets placed in the olive grove in non-turistic area!
One minute from the small beach :)
Apartments have wonderfull view from a big balcony, stylish furnishings, high standard, with kitchen. In the olive grove live cats, goats, donkeys and a dog :)
Loved breakfast with fresh juice, olives, etc...
The owner of the pension was a all time smiling lady. She prepared a lovely breakfast every morning during our stay and we enjıyed it. The place was also felt us at home.
We stayed for 2 weeks bed and breakfast - the hotel is a converted olive press and is in a great location - on the beach near the village swimming pool and the outdoor cinema and only a short walk into the town.
Breakfast was great for us as veggies - eggs (boiled and fried) cheese tomatoes, bread rolls, fruit and greek yoghurt. Best of all the restaurant area is right by the beach, nad you can walk on the jetty and feed bread to the fish.
The room was very small - no more room for anything but the bed really. I didn't mind this as you don't spend much time there - what was a problem was the lack of any outside space - nowhere to dry your swim suit. And the proximaty of the cleaner's cupboard - very noisy.
The hotel had a bar but nothing really happens there.
Interesting building, well positioned and breakfast was good
Pela Hotel is a nice hotel situated at Skalla Kallonis village. It is situated near the beach, so swimming is easy. If you get bored getting at sea, the swimming pool is going to give you the solution. Do you want a soft drink: No problem, the beach bar will provide whatever you need.
All rooms furnished and decorated to the highest standard, combining modern and traditional styles. Are equipped with direct-dial telephone, TV, hair drier, Satellite channels, piped music, fridge and safe (after request), full bathroom (bath or shower), and balcony or terrace.
It is a small appartement hotel situated close to the main square of Skalla Kalloni. Each room is equiped with wc/shower, mini bar, refrigerator, air-conditioning, telephone and balcony with stunning views of the square of Skala Kalloni, the fishing harbour and the Kalloni gulf. All rooms are equipped with TV. It is ideal for families with children.
Aegean Sun is a pleasant hotel near the beach, in Aghios Isidoros. The hotel features 91 fully air-conditioned rooms in traditionally-built villas, elegantly furnished and equipped with TV, direct dial telephone, music and panoramic view over the Aegean sea. A deluxe establishment with modern facilities and installations, the Aegean Sun Hotel boasts a restaurant serving delicious Greek and international dishes, a night-bar, 2 swimming pools, comfortable lounges and air-conditioned areas.
Gera's Olive Grove is a family run lodge, extended in 9 acres verdurous olive tree stead in the idyllic Gulf of Gera. It is a group of unique self-catering guesthouses that cleverly combines rural charm and relaxed elegance with contemporary luxury. When visitors arrive at the olive grove will find: Yera house, comprises of nine high quality and spacious two-bed, three bed and four-bed rooms which can accommodate up to 26 persons. Ntamia guest house comprises of three traditional rooms of 20 sq.m. each and Sapfo houses, are two identical traditional self catering lodges of 40 sq.m. each. Also, reception and exhibition room which offers all natural products communal outdoor dining space, handicraft unit for producing all natural products, preparing home made breakfast meals and providing soft drinks and refreshments, outdoor stone built kilt for cooking and baking home made bread or pies, agriculture ground used for crop farming, herb flower Gardens, orchards, grass field in-site private car space that can accommodate up to 20-24 cars, venues for relaxation and recreational activities.
it's a hotel placed in a village call Petra, very quit and very beautiful .with Rich breakfast ,good and warm service
what i like most of the hotel is the lovely sunset you can see from your balcony. it's a very quit place, about 200m from the center of petra, 10m from a sandy beach with clear water
Hotel Eftalou is a typical Greek family hotel. The rooms are not luxurious but they are very nice and clean and you have everything you need: minibar, airconditioning, TV, every day fresh towels, ... Food is also very good. We ate there breakfast and supper, but you can also take only breakfast and eat in the restaurant where they have the best pizza's from the island (I tasted them and it's true!) or you can ofcourse eat in one of the many restaurants of the nearby town, Molivos. I really loved our stay in hotel Eftalou, because it's not a big "mass-tourism" hotel, but a family business in the Greek style so that it's also easier to be in contact with the other guests and the owners. The hotel is 20 minutes away from Molivos, but the hotel provides a busservice a couple of times a day, although you can also walk, like we always did, or in the evenings you can also take a cab. The distance from the hotel to the town is 2 kilometers so it isn't really a problem.
- it's a family business, so it's more personal
- contacts with the guest and the owners
- great food: typical greek food but also delicious pizza's
- nice rooms
- a beautiful swimming pool
- goodworking airconditioning
- a lot of cocktails at the bar
- not a mass-tourism hotel
We love to stay at this hotel. It is run in a professional and friendly way. Its close enough to the beach and secluded enough for a good nights rest. Just across the Kalloni pool that attracts alot of birdwatchers and twitchers.
The rooms are kept very clean.
The staff is friendly and helpful.
The pool is large and welcoming!
In the beautiful port of Skala Sikaminea I stayed in a deligthful little hotel, Gorgona. It's run by an elderly Greek couple who speak German (they've spent 40 years in Germany) and are very sweet. I fell in love with the flowered terrace and the oldfashioned feel of the place and ended up staying there.
Spacious rooms with marble floors, TV, bathroom w. shower, airco, balcony, phone and minibar. Some rooms have view of the port.
On the large terrace covered with flowers, Michael and Rula will serve you a copious breakfast with anything you can imagine (and you can ask them for anything you want), including homemade marmelade and pastries.
The accomodation really depends of the kind of trip you deside to do.You need at least 10 days to enjoy all the things this island has to offer.When i was there i stayed about 3 days at each place while i was moving from the south of the island(starting from the capital Mytelene) to the north where my final destination "Mythymna" (or Molyvos for the locals) was.Don't miss a passing from the village Ayassos at 900m (see also must see activities).It has only two places that you can stay in.The community pension , beside the church and some rooms at a house at the edge of the village.The prices are exteremelly low there (~20$ two -bed).
It's a big island and you don't nessesary have to make arrangements in advance.You'll probably find cheaper ones if you make a local search.Just remember that many villages are built amphitheatrical to face the sea ,so try the highest points to get an excellent view.You can look at:
I would recommend Molivos or Plomari (in the south) to stay in. in Molivos you have to get a little bit outside of town in order to stay at more than just pensionates. Still they could probably be cozy as well. Here is our hotel, just north of town.
Molivos is really charming, and you can reach the whole of the island in day-trips, even though the roads are longer than they seem...
In Plomari, among other things, you are really close to the capital Mytilini.
Lesvos is (or at least was) an ideal place for free camping...
The beach of Gavathas was our first "home" for almost a week. We were the only ones camping there.
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